What is wrong with the CSPD VNI and the D.A.?

There is a difference, a huge difference, between a cancer patient growing medical marijuana for relief of leukemia symptoms and an illegal black market dealer.

Marijuana grow tutorial for beginners.

How can the “trained” professionals in Colorado Springs Police Vice, Narcotics, and Intel really be unable to tell the difference?

It seems a shame that even the District Attorney’s Office is also unable to discern the difference between the two.

Bob Crouse has leukemia and has had this terrible disease for some time now.

Cancer patients are typically unable to work, and hence have little money.

Given that, Crouse was growing this expensive medicine for himself in the privacy of his home, until last year, when Colorado Springs Police Vice decided to raid his house and destroy his garden.

I could see an issue if Crouse was selling baggies of green out his back door, but that is clearly not the case here.

Seriously, what has happened to our society when the vice squad and district attorney can decide the best treatment for a cancer patient?

I doubt that they could be that desperate for criminals that they need to pursue a cancer patient in order to get their prisoner count and conviction rate up.

Is this one more case that CSPD screwed up and is now trying to cover its tracks with a forced plea?

As a side note, it has been publicly stated and documented that Crouse has reduced the number of cancer cells in his blood stream just from eating the doctor-recommended marijuana oil.

Who wouldn’t endorse that, excepting our D.A. Dan May and the Colorado Springs Police VNI department?

It’s a dark world we live in where police can impose their might and intimidation to supersede doctor’s orders.

News Hawk – 420 Warrior 420 MAGAZINE
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Source: The Gazette
Author: Don McKay
Contact: www.gazette.com
Copyright: 2012 The Gazette
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